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Goruck Backpacks Keep Your Gear Safe While Looking Great

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A well-made backpack will allow you to travel with most of your gear without breaking your back. Goruck backpacks are for serious people with serious stuff to carry around. They’ll keep your items dry and are made to be tough enough to survive your daily travels without a hitch.

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Goruck offers four backpacks in sizes of 16L to 48L.  They are made from military-grade, water-resistant materials and have many compartments as well as pockets. There are also plenty of internal pockets to keep your things organized. Most of the packs have room for a tablet, laptop and other small electronics.

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They are available in tan, camo, and black. Prices start at $225(USD) for the smallest pack, the GR Echo and go up to $395 for the large-capacity GR 2.

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